Employers can fire a male employee for wearing an earring to work even if female workers are allowed to wear earrings, a federal judge has ruled.

“An employer has a right to establish and enforce different grooming requirements [for male and female employees],” U.S. District Judge John R. Padova wrote in his six-page opinion in Kleinsorge v. Eyeland Corp.

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